We are pleased to announce that starting from calendar year 2023, we will be publishing the QS World University Rankings: Europe. This will allow a deeper look into European institutions, using a methodology familiar to our other regional rankings. The tentative publication date for this ranking is late June 2023.
The regional remit for this ranking is those countries which are members of the Council of Europe.
The inclusion criteria is the same for our general rankings suite.
With our EECA ranking now discontinued, this ranking incorporates the majority of those countries that featured in EECA, as well as including countries from Northern, Southern and Western Europe that were previously only eligible for publication in our QS World University Ranking.
|Citations per Paper||10%|
|Papers per Faculty||5%|
|International Research Network||10%|
|Faculty Student Ratio||5%|
|International Student Diversity||5%|
|International Faculty Ratio||5%|
|Inbound Exchange Student Ratio||2.5%|
|Outbound Exchange Student Ratio||2.5%|
To be eligible for this ranking, institutions must fulfil our Eligibility Criteria. If an institution is eligible then they must meet the following Inclusion Criteria to be ranked.
An institution should be nominated in QS Academic Reputation Survey.
100 or more papers must be documented in our Scopus extract over our 5 year window. See Papers for more details.
If an institution is of small size (fewer than 5,000 students), then we look at the performance in Academic Reputation, Employer Reputation and Papers per Faculty. More specifically, we need at least one of the following scenarios to be met for inclusion in the last few editions: